Girl Scouting 101 – This course is required for all volunteers before starting a volunteer position and is your orientation into Girl Scout World!
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We know you are busy and we want to help make training as easy as possible! After all – making a difference in girls’ lives isn’t possible without you!
Check out the online trainings that you can do at your convenience!
Volunteering for Girl Scout Series & Events – Are you an event volunteer? This training is for you! This course is required for all volunteers before starting a series or event volunteer position. This course will give you a run-down of information covered in Girl Scouting 101 with a focus on what volunteers for series and events REALLY need to know before getting out there!
On Demand Webinars:
Accounting Coordinators – This is a required course for you! In this course, you will learn how to oversee bank accounts and monthly financial reporting of all troops within your assigned jurisdiction.
Traveling Troops – Are you looking to plan a trip with your girls? This course is required for you! The course will cover progression in Girl Scout travel, girl and adult roles in planning trips, required documents, and basics on finances and budgeting as well as guidance on how to respond to emergencies. This on-demand webinar is currently under maintenance.
Managing Troops & Groups – Are you a new volunteer who will be working with troops and groups? This training is required for you! Adults will learn about the Girl Scout Program as well as the essential information needed when managing a troop. This on-demand webinar is currently under maintenance.
Delegate Training – Do you serve in a governance capacity, as an official delegate? Then, this training is for you! This on-demand webinar is currently under maintenance.
Take Action Webinar - This webinar describes the roles adult leaders take when guiding girls toward earning their Bronze (Junior level), Silver (Cadette level), and Gold (Senior / Ambassador level) Awards. Participants will learn the benefits of take action projects, and discover the difference between “service” and “take action” in the context of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Further, we will examine the roles of volunteers, girls, and the council while completing these projects.
Please refer to the following resources to accompany the webinar: